We hire court researchers nationwide. A court researcher visits courthouses in the particular area to research and compile data from public records. Some projects require research into the documents looking for specific items. Our research does not require in-depth research. Most is basic data collection of information found on the first two pages of the document itself.
Our courthouse research positions are part time, and on a independent contractor status. Most projects pay on each record collected. The amount paid for each type of record varies on the ease of collection.
Our researchers average anywhere from $7-15/hour, some researchers may make more. The amount made is based on how quickly you obtain the data and the type of record collected.
While researchers do not have to have experience, it is preferred. We provide all training that is necessary. You must be independent and be dependable.
# Requirements for a court researcher: Available to visit the courthouses
# Reliable transportation
# Able to follow directions
# Internet access
# Typing skills of at least 35 words a minute
# Computer literate
# Have programs necessary to access Excel, Word, and PDF documents. Open Office is a alternative for those without MS Office
# Availability during the week
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[private_member][private_trial]United Data Network
98 Anastasia Drive
Carriere, MS 39426
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